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Path  •  15-May-2020

Coronavirus: Further downside risk, with Europe likely most exposed 

Andrew Harmstone, Christian Goldsmith, Manfred Hui
The GBaR team provides an update on its latest market views and asset allocation positioning in light of the spreading impact of the coronavirus.

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PATH  •  08-Apr-2020

Coronavirus: Markets’ excessive optimism 

Andrew Harmstone, Manfred Hui
In this article, the GBaR team provides an update on its latest market views and asset allocation positioning in light of the spreading impact of the coronavirus.

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Path  •  02-Apr-2020  •  2:43 Min

Coronavirus: End of Q1 – time to take stock [Audio] 

Andrew Harmstone, Christian Goldsmith
Christian Goldsmith, Portoflio Specialist for the GBaR Team, shares the team’s latest market views with a focus on the impact of coronavirus.

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Path  •  27-Mar-2020

Coronavirus: Focus shifts to the US 

Andrew Harmstone, Manfred Hui, Christian Goldsmith
In this article, the GBaR team provides an update on its latest market views and asset allocation positioning in light of the spreading impact of the coronavirus.

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Path  •  23-Mar-2020

Five Sectors That Cannot Escape Climate Change 

Andrew Harmstone
Climate change is inescapable and many—if not all—governments are responding more decisively than ever. A significant risk is that markets are not pricing in the effects of these policy responses quickly enough. We explore five sectors—financial services, mining, oil and gas, utilities and autos—likely to be hit the hardest.

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PATH  •  20-Mar-2020

Coronavirus: At last - initial signs of credible action 

Andrew Harmstone, Manfred Hui
In this article, the GBaR team provides an update on its latest market views and asset allocation positioning in light of the spreading impact of the coronavirus.

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PATH  •  30-Sep-2019

Peak Car—or Just Bumps in the Road? 

Andrew Harmstone
The global auto industry has recently experienced a disruptive slide where registrations, demand and production have all slumped across the world. Have we hit “Peak Car“—or just some bumps in the road?

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PATH  •  04-Sep-2019

VIDEO: Tug-of-War 

Andrew Harmstone, Manfred Hui
This video provides a short summary of the latest Andrew Harmstone Monthly Commentary article.

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PATH  •  27-Aug-2019

Tug-of-War 

Andrew Harmstone
Tariffs applied during the U.S.-China trade war have paradoxically not raised U.S. inflation. In our latest insight, Tug-of-War: We examine the tug-of-war pitting the direct inflationary effects of tariffs against the indirect deflationary impact of other forces at play.

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PATH  •  18-Jul-2019

VIDEO: An Holistic Approach to the World’s Water Woes 

Andrew Harmstone, Christian Goldsmith
This video provides a short summary of the latest Andrew Harmstone Monthly Commentary article.

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PATH  •  18-Jul-2019

An Holistic Approach to the World’s Water Woes 

Andrew Harmstone
The high usage and scarcity of water have become consequential issues not only for human health, but for the global economy. A lot of economic activity is reliant on water—a lot of water. We review the interconnectedness of the world’s water issues, illustrates the impact of water stress on important industries and encourage investors to consider water issues when making decisions.

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